A more modest view on value-added

Another piece by the same guy as the last post, but I think he has expressed a more balanced view of value-added

http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2020867,00.html

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2 thoughts on “A more modest view on value-added

  1. I like that this article goes over some of the real issues with value-added without throwing out the entire concept.

    • That’s what I thought. Value-added certainly seems like a good tool, but it won’t be the sliver bullet that some people claim.

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